Graduating students of The Warren Alpert Medical School celebrated four years of hard work done and three more years of hard work to come on Match Day. Amid champagne, cupcakes decorated with the letter “M,” a balloon drop, and jazz music led by associate dean and keyboardist Dr. Phil Gruppuso, the 72 students learned where they will begin their medical careers as residents. Of that number, 10 are staying at Rhode Island hospitals affiliated with Alpert Medical School and 31 are pursuing primary care disciplines of internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics, or medicine-pediatrics. The U.S. News rankings issued earlier this month, put the Alpert Medical School in the top 25 among medical schools for primary care.